Northern Lights College
  • 12-Sep-2019 to 23-Sep-2019 (PST)
  • Fort St John, BC, CAN
  • $38.33 - $47.77
  • Hourly
  • Temporary, Part Time

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Term of App't:      Oct 1 - Dec 18, 2019 (8 hr/wk)                   

Start date:            October 1, 2019 

Reporting to:        Dean of Academic & Vocational Programs                                

 

Salary:

$38.33 - $47.77/hr, depending on experience and qualifications as per the BCGEU Faculty Collective Agreement.  Temporary employees receive an additional $0.50/hour in lieu of benefits, 6% vacation pay and 4.2% statutory holiday pay included with each pay day.

This position consists of 4 contact hours per week plus an additional 4 hours of preparation time for a total contract of up to 88 hours.

Description:

The program requires a part-time instructor to teach HDEC 100: Essential Skills for Human Service Workers for the Fall 2019 semester. 

NLC's Indigenous Human Service Worker (IHSW) certificate program is a stand-alone University Arts and Sciences program, but also has opportunities to ladder into NLC's Social Services Worker Diploma.  Individual courses also transfer to other BC institutions.

A more detailed course outline can be found on the program webpage:  https://www.nlc.bc.ca/Programs/All-Programs-Alphabetical/UAS-Indigenous-Human-Service-Worker-Certificate

Qualifications:

Required:

  • Master's Degree (or equivalent) in Early Childhood Education and Care or in a closely related discipline (i.e. Elementary Education, Child & Youth Care);
  • Working Knowledge of Observation and Recording strategies;
  • Excellent communication and networking skills;

 

Preferred:

  • Early Childhood Educator, Infant and Toddler Educator, and Special Needs Educator Certification from the BC ECE Registry (or proof of eligibility for certification) or who holds a valid BC Ministry of Education Certificate of Qualification and is in good standing with the Teacher Regulation Branch.
  • Instructional experience at the post-secondary level would be an asset, particularly post-secondary experience with Aboriginal students.
  • Working knowledge of the BC Early Learning Framework and pedagogical narrations
  • 3-5 years working in a licensed early care and learning program or elementary school classroom (K-3), particularly with Aboriginal children.
  • The Provincial Instructor Diploma Program or an equivalent credential in adult education, or a readiness to pursue such a credential.
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